On UNIX, Linux & MacOS only
Type the following to change the current directory to Home directory:
Edit the file “.vimrc” by typing:
Add the following lines at the end of the existing text.
If the file “.vimrc” does not exist, go to /usr/share/vim/
Copy the text of the file “vimrc” and paste it in a new file in $USER/.vimrc and add the above mentioned lines.
The final script would look similar to this:
" Configuration file for vim
set modelines=0 " CVE-2007-2438
" Normally we use vim-extensions. If you want true vi-compatibility
" remove change the following statements
set nocompatible " Use Vim defaults instead of 100% vi compatibility
set backspace=2 " more powerful backspacing
" Don't write backup file if vim is being called by "crontab -e"
au BufWrite /private/tmp/crontab.* set nowritebackup nobackup
" Don't write backup file if vim is being called by "chpass"
au BufWrite /private/etc/pw.* set nowritebackup nobackup
" Following lines are written by me
" The following line will switch ON Syntax Highlighting and Line Numbers.
Here is a screenshot:
Other Default Settings:
Will set 2 spaces to a tab.
Automatically indents all the new lines.
Credit: Ilmo Euro
Yet on the foggy windows, its still your name I write
php -S 192.168.0.57:80 -t ~/wherever/your/index/file/is/located
Here, 192.168.0.57 is the static IP Address assigned to the machine/laptop.
Using terminal, go to /Users/Username/.ssh
Open the known_hosts file with a text editor of your choice
Each line here is a host that has been permenantly registered on your machine.
Delete the line that belongs to the unnecessary host.
Tip: In VIM, dd is the shortcut to delete the entire line.
PS. Life tip: To exit VIM, make sure you are in command mode by clicking ESC [escape] button on your keyboard/touch bar and type the following:
Change the User-Agent by inspecting the element.
Go to Network > three vertical dots at extreme right corner of network window > More Tools > Network Condition.
Change the User-Agent as requested and simply refresh the page.
PS. curl -A “User-Agent Here” http:// url .com
Create a batch with the following line:
taskkill /F /IM wscript.exe /T
HOW TO CREATE A BATCH FILE?
Type the above command
Save it as “yummm.bat” [replace yummm with any name, but make sure to have .bat in the end]
wait, how did you learn vbs scripting without learning batch scripting in the first place? Nevermind 😉
ON Windows, Linux & MacOS
1. Find the existing MAC Address for your WiFi adapter
2. Generate a random MAC Address
3. Assign the new MAC Address
ifconfig en0 | grep ether
openssl rand -hex 6 | sed 's/\(..\)/\1:/g; s/.$//'
sudo ifconfig en0 ether xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
We use PowerShell for this.
1. Find the existing MAC Addresses
I haven’t yet figured an easy way to generate a random MAC Address in PowerShell, so you need to have a MAC Address prior to this.
2. Assign the new MAC Address
Set-NetAdapter -Name “WiFi” -MacAddress “de:be:ef:c0:fe”
The term “WiFi” is the name of my WiFi Adapter.
Your computer might have a different name, which you can find when you type Get-NetAdapter command.